Easter Fun In Hong Kong

Easter Fun In Hong Kong

29 March, 2017
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With Easter just around the corner we have the top picks on what you can do in Hong Kong. From Easter egg hunts to beauty and skin care, we have the low down!

1. FRITES

Belgian Beerhouse FRITES is celebrating Easter with fun for the whole family! On Saturday 15th April, they have their annual Easter party including a magic show, Easter egg hunt, craft and best dressed competition in all locations across HK.

Adults can enjoy meals from the regular a la carte menu, while youngsters will have their own delicious kids menu and entertained with a dedicated Kids Corner.

2. Lush

Top eco brand Lush has launched a new limited edition Easter Collection for 2017.

Some of the new rage includes a Lava Lamp bath bomb Easter egg, Floppy Rabbit face wash jelly and our favorite, The Golden Egg Gift Set containing a Chick ‘N’ Mix bath bomb, a Which Came First bath bomb, a Golden Eggbath bomb melt and a Chocolate Easter Egg soap.

3. BOUNCE Hong Kong

Who wants an awesome fun-filled Easter holiday? Hong Kong's biggest trampoline park is celebrating this Easter season by offering 'Awesome 4some Holiday Super Pass', which gives you an ultimate discount for any 4 jumpers above 3 years old.

At BOUNCE there are different areas in this exciting trampoline universe with more than 80 interconnected trampolines featuring Free Jumping, Slam Dunk, Big Bag, Dodgeball and Performance areas!

4. The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club

Celebrate the joy of Easter on Sunday with your family and friends and enjoy a sumptuous food selection at our special Easter Buffet Lunch.

In addition, there will be an Easter egg hunt and children’s entertainers such as a balloon model maker and face painter to keep the kids happy!

5. YWCA International Kids Club

Entertain the kids this Easter with Gateway Education’s fun filled Easter camps. Choose from a wide range of classes for everyone from age two through to nine years old. Cook up some culinary delights each morning with Kids Can Cook or alternatively keep up those skills with The Reading Tree, Phonics Fun and Work Sheet Wonders. There is also a great opportunity to get and messy as an Urban Gardener as the YWCA brings gardening into the classroom!

By: Dan Marshall-Singh
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